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- This is a popular mountain biking trail network that is open to pedestrians too.
- Trails are closed for 24 hours after it rains.
This fast trail winds mostly through the forest. There is a decent sized pond towards the end of the trail that you get to view from most angles.
Features: Fall Colors — Lake — River/Creek — Wildlife
Need to Know
Mountain biker's travel these trails in a clockwise direction.
From the trailhead you can follow the clockwise loop the mountain bikers take. There are three main loops that comprise this trail; Roller Coaster, Main, and Lake. About a quarter mile into the trail you can take a left at the silo for the Roller Coaster loop. If you opt out, hang a right to continue along the Main loop. Mostly switch backs along this course with a few small climbs. A few small signs mark the beginning of the Lake loop at the back of the park. Take a left there to continue along the Lake loop, or stay right to continue along Main for the half mile trip back to the parking lot.
Flora & Fauna
Deciduous forest and the occasional turtle or black rat snake.